Monday, March 19, 2012
The new administrator begins July 1.
The Glenbard Township High School District 87 school board approved a new superintendent to lead its four high schools in the western suburbs of Chicago, according to a statement from the district. During Monday's meeting, the school board appointed David Larson who will begin his new role for District 87 on July 1. Since 2008, Larson has been the superintendent for Birmingham Public Schools in Michigan where he was recognized in February 2011 by eSchool News with a Tech-Saavy Superintendent Award. Before his Birmingham post, Larson was superintendent in Harbor Springs, MI, a principal in Mount Pleasant, deputy principal at the Singapore American School in Singapore as well as an assistant principal and teacher in Florida. Larson, who …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Michael Meissen is set to leave his Glenbard post on June 30. It's now unclear where he will go.
Glenbard Township High School District 87 Superintendent Michael Meissen was in the running for a similar position in Michigan, according to the Daily Herald he has removed himself from consideration. According to the Daily Herald, he was one of the final candidates, and even interviewed with the Michigan school board members last week but he declined to move forward in the process. District 87 has yet to select a final candidate to fill Meissen's spot for the upcoming school year. For more on this story, visit the Daily Herald.
Friday, February 3, 2012
In August 2011, school board members accepted Michael Meissen's intent to leave after this academic year.
Glenbard Township High School District 87 Superintendent Michael Meissen is in the running for a similar position in Michigan, according to the Daily Herald. Back in August, Meissen announced his last day would coincide with the end of his contract, set to expire on June 30, 2012. With Meissen stepping down, school board members began searching for candidates in September, and the board has yet to select the final candidate. For more on this story visit the Daily Herald.